From French globulaire.
globular (comparative more globular, superlative most globular)
- Roughly spherical in shape.
1906, O. Henry, A Cosmopolite in a Café:
"Nary a spot," interrupted E. R. Coglan, flippantly. "The terrestrial, globular, planetary hunk of matter, slightly flattened at the poles, and known as the Earth, is my abode.
- Comprising globules.
globular (plural globulars)
- (astronomy) A globular cluster
globular m or f (plural globulares, comparable)
- spherical; globular
globular (plural globulares)